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by Richard Brightfield

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ISBN:
0021852979
Author:
Richard Brightfield
Language:
English
Publisher:
McGraw-Hill School Division (2000)
Pages:
16 pages
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1657 kb
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Rating:
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Brightfield, Richard. Story of the "ghost ship" Mary Celeste.

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Mary Celeste (/səˈlɛst/) was an American merchant brigantine discovered adrift and deserted in the Atlantic Ocean off the Azores Islands on December 4, 1872. The Canadian brigantine Dei Gratia found her in a dishevelled but seaworthy condition under partial sail and with her lifeboat missing. The last entry in her log was dated ten days earlier. She had left New York City for Genoa on November 7 and was still amply provisioned when found.

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A fascinating book to showcase to children the great mystery of the ship Mary Celeste. Beautiful vibrant drawings and awesomely told to express the unknown reality, the truths and the situations that make this old tale create itself over time, as one of the great unsolved realities of the sea. Perfect for children. As a teacher, I bought this book because it fit nicely into not only the nonfiction section of my classroom library but the mystery section as well. I was impressed by the format: story text and notes to provide background knowledge. I used this as a read aloud in my classroom to show how questioning techniques help with comprehension.

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Morehouse therefore knew the destination of the Mary Celeste. And recognised her to be on course, although sailing in the wrong direction.

Brian Freemantle The Mary Celeste ‘Wouldst thou’ - so the helmsman answered - ‘Learn the secrets of the sea? Only those who brave its dangers comprehend its mystery. H. W. Longfellow, The Secrets of the Sea Introduction The Mary Celeste, an American half-brig of 282 tons, became a maritime legend a little past three o’clock on the afternoon of Wednesday, December 5, 1872. Her precise location was latitude 3. 0. Morehouse therefore knew the destination of the Mary Celeste. What he had first thought to be a fluttering distress signal was a ripped, tattered sail.

On December 4, 1872, the unmanned Mary Celeste was found adrift in the Atlantic with its cargo fully intact. What happened to the Mary Celeste is widely regarded as the most famous mystery of the sea. The mystery of this "ghost ship" remained unanswered for over 135 years. Watch it unfold to its st. n December 4, 1872, the unmanned Mary Celeste was found adrift in the Atlantic with its cargo fully intact.

Poster for the US version of The Mystery of the Mary Celeste. Directed by. Denison Clift The version released in the United States, under the title Phantom Ship, is about 18 minutes shorter than the original.

The Mary Celeste, an American half-brig of 282 tons, became a maritime legend a little past three o’clock on the afternoon .

The Mary Celeste, an American half-brig of 282 tons, became a maritime legend a little past three o’clock on the afternoon of Wednesday, December 5, 1872. by longitude 1. 5 . due east of the Azores and 591 miles from Gibraltar. At that point, she passed a British brigantine, the Dei Gratia.

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